News of the day 20 December 2016
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Speakers at the conference on Brexit held at Palma's CaixaForum.


Brexit: what next?

"At the moment there is plenty of uncertainty, we do not know how the vote will affect the British tourist industry, Balearic exports, the purchase of homes in the islands by British citizens ... ."

Jason Moore

The body of the mother is taken away from the apartment building in Palma.


Three children found living with their dead mother for days

For the moment, the police are ruling out foul play as it appears that the mother of three died a natural death, but the autopsy will reveal the exact cause of death.

Humphrey Carter

Calvia town hall is to invest in a skateboarding park.


Skateboarding park in Calvia will cost 350,000 euros

Being on the Street League circuit will mean local, national and international competitions being held at the skateboarding park.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

The Fonts Ufanes phenomenon has been less frequent recently.


Fonts Ufanes springs appear for the first time since April

More than 150 litres of rain have fallen since Friday, bringing the water level back up by some 20 metres and provoking the springs.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

There were population decreases in 24 of the 53 Majorcan municipalities.


Alcudia and Calvia register notable population decreases

Calvia had the biggest drop of the lot, with 748 fewer people and a population down below 50,000 to 49,580.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter

News / Comment


Tourism and Brexit

British tourists do not come to the Balearics because Spain is a member of the EU.

Jason Moore

Edition of 20 December 2016